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Author Topic: Kapagen Only : Theories, Replications, Winding Diagrams, Circuits & Schematics  (Read 44529 times)

Offline uponit12

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Don't know if anyone still looks at this thread, but if so, I was wanting to know if an oil filled capacitor for a kapagen application requiring a: 8mfd 2kv 35khz capacitor would do, or would something do better? Needs to supply 8kv with a max load of 20amps.

Offline uponit12

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That page states that Power out/Power In = 96%
It makes one wonder why we're talking about 'over unity'.

The common misunderstanding associated with this Kapagen device is simple. People assume that the device is designed to take the variac input and supply the power via this method, but if you look closely the device is not designed to operate continuously on this source. The whole point of the ground connections, which Naudin does incorrectly, is to provide the potential difference needed to make the device operate minus the variac.

Making a device which takes power from the variac and runs some bulbs is comparable to adding bells and whistles to something which actually does the same thing you claim, this something would be the variac which could easily run the bulbs without the device. Naudin takes and places the ground connection appropriately and then states the ground was dry so he provided some water to help. Wrong.

If you want to know why this works so well apply the principles of the theories behind its operation all of which go far back. By burying a radiator, the accomplishment is  to take water a relatively poor electron donor by itself, surround this with a metal enclosure, which readily donates electrons to things, place this in the ground, where a source of electrons is available but difficult to remove. Then place another ground some distance away which only connects to the ground. All of these things have one thing in common they are excellent conductors. The thing they did not have in common which you introduced is the potential difference in the line. You now have a difference in water vs. soil and the ability for the water to remove the electrons needed from the metal which will regain them from the ground as needed and they can travel (potentially) to the other ground connection which would provide you with the first part.

Next, you know you need some existing power source so you use a variac to some outlet. you also know you need something which will further amplify the output once it the variac power source has been turned off, so you use a transformer. You already know this circuit requires the use of the capacitor to function correctly, so in it goes. You also know that you now need something which will pull from this capacitor as needed and will subsequently provide some sort of output so you already know the theory of inductance is well understood, and a mutual inductor combined with a ferromagnetic core would allow a unusually high magnetic field to be developed, and therein the source of output need to light the bulbs, etc...

Finally, you put these together, and turn on the variac, and the bulbs light, what a neat trick, but you have accomplished nothing but make a LRC circuit, assuming the R-value provided by the inductor is present.

The idea behind this device is to start it with external power source and set up transmission of power, and a magnetic field. Then you turn off the variac and the idea then becomes much more clever, it will run without the variac, as supplied by the difference in potential which you created by using variant ground sources. If you put two pieces of wire into the ground by themselves, and plug it all int and run the variac well then you wasted your time even making the website.

I hope this clearifies, why such a thing is beneficial, and why you should stay away from the Naudin site, they did not complete the design as Kapadanze did, nor did they intend on making it work as designed to do. This would draw a great deal of negative attention to their company and they leave it to you do discern the differences in design, by making subtle hints about the ground and the water, etc...